Fung Siu Ching's System
- Sam Pai Fut
- Muk Yan Jong
- Look Dim Boon Gwun?
- Yee Gee Dao?
- Gwun Jong?
- Sap Yat Kuen? - Tang Family only preserves this set
Fung Siu Ching was a feared bounty-hunter and body guard. He taught Yuen Kay Shan and Yuen Chai Wan after he retired, in 1933 until he died in 1936, where the Yuens officiated at his funeral.
Fung Siu Ching learned from Dai Fai Min Kam? along side Fok Bo Chun and represents one of the only branchs steming from Dai Fa Min Kam.
Yuen Kay Shan passed down to his only Disciple Sum Num, and his only other official student Wong Jing, that Fung Siu Ching practised the exact same system as Fok Bo Chun and Leung Jan, except that his system, was complety made up of San Sik method linked into a form. Many oral traditions state that Fung Siu Ching practised a single hand form that contained the knowledge of all three hand forms, usually called Sam Pai Fut.
It has also been passed down in oral tradition, that Fung Siu Ching was one of the greatest masters of the Look Dim Boon Gwun method, and placed great focus on its teaching and footwork.
Oral tradition from the Tang Family? preserve that Fung Siu also practsed a set of Linked San Sik called the Sap Yat Kuen? or 11 Fists Set. Which is a set with 11 sections, of linked San Sik. Currently this set is only found within Tang Family.
Yuen Kay Shan passed down that Fung Siu Ching's specialty outside of the Pole method, was close body application, which included Kum Na and Sot Gow? or close body seizing, holding and breaking, throwing, sweeping and grappling .
There have been various accounts over what system Fung Siu Ching passed down. Some have tried linking Fung to Hung gar style Weng Chun arts, while others maintain that Fung only practised Wing Chun Kuen. Research is ongoing.
- Yuen Kay Shan History and Tradition Rene Ritchie
- Oral and written tradition Yuen Kay Shan
- Oral tradition Tang Family
- Oral and written tradition Lo Family
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